Discussion in 'Norton Commando Classic Motorcycles' started by TravNorton, Apr 25, 2010.
I like the shield also, do you know which model Givi
I was wondering the same thing, it turns out there are many to choose from. A screen like that would be a boon with my standard European bars and my habit of riding a bit quicker than I ought ... Supposing it doesn't upset the handling at slightly more than legal road speeds ....
The Tank n Covers are painted Black and then have been clear coated with a Flat/Satin Clear coat.
Hi, I'm sorry but I don't know the model (I didn't buy it new). Maybe these pictures showing height and width measurements will help you find something similar.
Sorry just noticed the tape measure is upside down.
Thanks again Fross, that's above and beyond!
Thanks, that will help. Tape measure upside down, well you do drive on the wrong side of the road, heheh,
Mark & Fross,
Keep us posted if you come up with a part number. I wonder if a couple of pictures sent to the manufacturer might be helpful in identifying the model number.
I've had a quick look and would say that my screen is the A210, although they only appear to make it in smoked plastic now.
Here's the link:-
My Race bike.
I just finished installing this screen. It fits quite nicely with a bit of fiddling. The clocks need to swing inward a bit to clear the screen.
Fross said it attaches to the headlamp brackets, I wonder, does it involve any drilling, or does it just hook onto what's already there? Sorry, this is just making me more 'screen curious'!
It fits to the indicator/headlamp mounts, held by the lock nuts on the indicator stems. No drilling required.
I was looking at my bike this afternoon and picturing just that – thanks again Fross!
Very cool. What series or tracks do you run?
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My bike, taken in January 2017 by the frozen Sihlsee here in Switzerland.
Great picture !
well here is a couple of before pictures, I have had it for a while but needed to finish up a BSA before I got involved with it. I suspect it will probably be a year or so before it is finished.
Here's a close up of the tank, I don't think it will buff out
You could call it, The Gator
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